Imaging multiplex protein blots

Chemiluminescent Westerns are a popular choice for detecting proteins but when you need a quantitative comparison between proteins or you want to detect multiple proteins, fluorescent Westerns are the method of choice.

With a G:BOX Chemi XRQ system you can detect up to three proteins simultaneously on your Western blots using fluorescent dyes such as Alexa Fluor®, IRDye® and DyLight®. If you need a compact multiplexing imager, the G:BOX mini 6 and G:BOX mini 9 are perfect and for the most flexibility with IR, RGB detection and for 2D gel imaging, choose a G:BOX Chemi XX6 or G:BOX Chemi XX9.

Each of these Syngene systems includes top of the range, cooled cameras and RGB, and IR lighting options, making it easy for you to image fluorescent DNA and RNA gels, protein gels stained with visible dyes such as Coomassie blue, as well as chemiluminescent and multiplex fluorescent Western blots.

Imaging multiplex protein blots

Chemiluminescent Westerns are a popular choice for detecting proteins but when you need a quantitative comparison between proteins or you want to detect multiple proteins, fluorescent Westerns are the method of choice.

With a G:BOX Chemi XRQ system you can detect up to three proteins simultaneously on your Western blots using fluorescent dyes such as Alexa Fluor®, IRDye® and DyLight®. If you need a compact multiplexing imager, the G:BOX mini 6 and G:BOX mini 9 are perfect and for the most flexibility with IR, RGB detection and for 2D gel imaging, choose a G:BOX Chemi XX6 or G:BOX Chemi XX9.